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“Frack-Free NC” is a network of grassroots organizations who believe that shale gas development using “fracking” and horizontal drilling cannot be done without bringing harm to our waters, land, air, communities and public health. We are working to keep North Carolina frack free. Learn more...

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Environmental Justice Advocates: ACP Compressor Station Permit is More Evidence of “Air of Injustice” for Pipeline

Concerned Citizens of Northampton County ◊ NAACP Northampton Branch ◊ Clean Water for North Carolina

For Immediate Release Contact: Hope Taylor, Clean Water for NC

919-401-9600

“They just haven’t been listening to us, they had a meeting with us just to be able to say they met,” says Belinda Joyner, President of Concerned Citizens […]

DEQ Expected to Grant 401 Permit for ACP Friday–Call the Governor!

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ALERT FOR ALL OPPONENTS OF THE ATLANTIC COAST PIPELINE!

We’ve just learned that Duke Energy has cranked up the heat on Governor Cooper’s administration to approve the Water Quality Permit for the destructive fracked-gas Atlantic Coast Pipeline by the end of THIS WEEK!! Duke and its corporate partner in the ACP, Dominion Energy, are pushing […]

Updated: High Consequence Areas, Blast Zones, Public Safety along the ACP

Click here to read Clean Water for North Carolina’s new report, “High Consequence Areas, Blast Zones, and Public Safety along the Atlantic Coast Pipeline!”, now with important updates! The report explains the 900+ foot “Blast Zone” along the ACP route and displays maps of the 24 “High Consequence Areas” in Northampton, Halifax, Nash, Wilson, Johnston, […]

ACP Water/Wetlands Hearings July 18, 20

The Upcoming “401” Permit Hearings–A Critical Opportunity to Protect NC Waters and Wetlands (Possibly Even to Stop the Atlantic Coast Pipeline) Comment period goes through August 19th

Atlantic Coast Pipeline Public Hearings on Water Impacts

July 18th, Fayetteville, 6:00 pm, Fayetteville Tech Community College, 2201 Hull Road. Cumberland Auditorium. Signup begins at 5:00 pm. July […]